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1. Q: Which four players won 50 or more England caps while with Arsenal FC?

2. Q: When was the only three-way tie for Premier League Top Goalscorer? And who were the 3 strikers

3. Q: Which two current Premier League Clubs has Harry Kane failed to score against?

4. Q: Which three car manufacturers sponsored Coventry City's shirts?

5. Q: Which five clubs has Sergio Aguero scored Premier League Hat-Tricks against?

6. Q: Who are the four highest South American All-Time Premier League Goalscorers?

7. Q: Who was the only Englishman to win four European Cup / Champions League Medals?

8. Q: Which five Tottenham Hotspur players won the PFA Young Player of the Year Award?


9. Q: Who was the only player to score a UEFA Champions League Hat-Trick for Chelsea FC?


10. Q: How many times have Arsenal FC been the highest Premier League goalscorers for the season?


11. Q: Which four Turkish players appeared in World Cup Finals while contracted to English Clubs?


12. Q: Which five players scored Premier League Hat-Tricks for West Ham United?


13. Q: Who is the only United States player to have a Premier League goal or assist this season?


14. Q: How many times have West Ham United finished the League as the Top London club?


15. Q: Which three Foreign Managers won the UEFA Cup / Europa League with English clubs?


16. Q: Which two Portuguese players have Premier League goals or assists this season?


17. Q: Which four Foreign Managers won the European Cup / Champions League with English clubs?


18. Q: Which three Italian players have Premier League goals or assists this season?

19. Q: Which four Manchester United players appeared for France at FIFA World Cup Finals?

20. Q: Who were the three highest goalscorers in UEFA Euro 2016 qualification matches?

 

 

Answers

1. A: Kenny Sansom (77 caps), David Seaman (72 caps), Tony Adams (66 caps) and Ashley Cole (52 caps). 

2. A: Season 1998-99, 18 goals: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Leeds United), Michael Owen (Liverpool) and Dwight Yorke (Manchester United).

3. A: Manchester United and Watford.

4. A: Talbot (1980-83), Peugeot (1989-1997) and Subaru (1997-2005).

5. A:  Wigan Athletic (September 2011), Tottenham Hotspur (October 2014), Queens Park Rangers (May 2015), Newcastle United (October 2015) and Chelsea (April 2016).

6. A:  Sergio Aguero (Argentina, 96 goals), Carlos Tevez (Argentina, 84 goals), Luis Suarez (Uruguay, 69 goals) and Gustavo Poyet (Uruguay, 54 goals).

7. A:   Phil Neal (Liverpool, 1977, 1978, 1981 & 1984).

8. A: Glenn Hoddle (1979-80), Kyle Walker (2011-12), Gareth Bale (2012-13) and Harry Kane (2014-15). Dele Ali (2015-2016).

9. A:  Didier Drogba (Levski Sofia 1-3 Chelsea).

10. A: Three times: Season 2002-03 (85 goals), Season 2003-04 (73 goals) and Season 2004-05 (87 goals).

11. A: Alpay Özalan (Aston Villa 2002), Tugay Kerimoglu (Blackburn Rovers 2002), Hakan Ünsal (Blackburn Rovers 2002) and Muzzy Izzet (Leicester City 2002).

12. A: Tony Cottee (Manchester City, December 1994), Paul Kitson (Sheffield Wednesday, May 1997 and Charlton Athletic, November 2001), Marlon Harewood (Aston Villa, September 2005), Kevin Nolan (Reading, May 2013) and Andy Carroll (Arsenal, April 2016).

13. A:  DeAndre Yedlin (Sunderland on loan from Tottenham Hotspur).

14. A:  Four times: 1923-24 (13th place), 1926-27 (6th place), 1929-30 (7th place) and 1985-86 (3rd place).

15. A: Bill Shankly (Scotland, Liverpool 1973), Gérard Houllier (France, Liverpool 2001) and Rafael Benítez (Spain, Chelsea, 2013).

16. A:  José Fonte (Southampton) and Cédric Soares (Southampton).

17. A: Matt Busby (Scotland, Manchester United 1968), Alex Ferguson (Scotland, Manchester United 1999 & 2008), Rafael Benítez (Spain, Liverpool 2005) and Roberto Di Matteo (Italy, Chelsea 2012).

18. A: Graziano Pellè (Southampton), Fabio Borini (Sunderland) and Alberto Paloschi (Swansea City).

19. A: Mikaël Silvestre (2002 & 2006), Fabien Barthez (2002), Louis Saha (2006) and Patrice Evra (2010 & 2014).

20. A:  Robert Lewandowski (Poland, 13 goals), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden, 11 goals) and Thomas Müller (Germany, 9 goals).